NeverGiveUp Garage: 530pp Seasonal - Ferrari GTO '84

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by Lionheart2113, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. Lionheart2113

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    @RMan72
    Nice time in the new seasonal with Doc's car!:eek: Did you change anything from the last one?
    I'm still thinking about which car, I tried the Infiniti, what an animal!
    Since the ringers have established themselves...

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    You want to pick one?:lol: Bringing it up to 530pp of course.:tup:
     
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    Glutton for punishment :banghead:
    Just added power parts to bring it up to the required PP.
    Nice selection of cars, I was thinking of the BMW M3 CSL, although Magnum PI called earlier and was wondering if I'd like to take the Ferrari for a spin (288 GTO I know it's not the 308 GTB but it's what we've got).

    What you think?
     
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    I've never tuned an M3 CSL, and I'm not in any hurry to... so putting that back in the shed is ok with me. You must be a glutton for punishment with favoring the Ferrari. I think I saw the Lambo in the top 500, but yeah, I'll talk to Tom and get the keys!:tup:
     
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    Stage 1
    Best Lap Time - 2:12.685
    Too squirrely to get a good feel for the car.:crazy:

    Stage 2
    Best Lap Time - 2:11.116
    More confidence in the rear grip, but still needs help with weight movement on acceleration. 2:10's are possible, I'm just anxious to move on to the dampers and ARBs.:dopey:

    Stage 3
    Best Lap Time - 2.10.843
    A few more minor tweaks to try, as I've already had to restore body rigidity... and I'd call this one done. Even this far into tuning, throttle control and a smooth steering input is needed for quicker times; more than I can accomplish. I have another transmission that can give more consistent lap times around 2:11.2xx's.

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    Update:
    Made some changes to get more rear grip and confidence, unfortunately it cost me front grip on corner exit. A few more adjustments on the front to help with that and done!
    Best Lap Time - 2:10.590
    I will post changes after the event has ended. :mischievous:
     
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    Nice time :tup:,
    Bought a copy of GT5 so have been working my way through that for the last couple of days.

    I'll have to jump back in the GTO to see if i can beat you this month.
     
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    You are currently beating me by over .1xx. I don't know how tuned your car is, but if you are still driving stock, I won't stand a chance.
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    @RMan72 you've got the best Lap award on this seasonal.:bowdown: I won't have the time to get back to the track before the deadline.:ouch: Not sure if I could have caught you though. I only made up time on you in the last sector and there is only so much to gain there. Care to share the tune used? The transmission looked strong!:tup: